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Bloomberg
Feb 26, 2014 1:00pm EST
big of a problem is there? my iphone, as i understand it, someone could see all of my tax and swipes and browsing. >> absolutely. people have a general idea that these devices are impervious to hacking. they think it is possible to take them over. apple has taken care of security so you don't have to worry about that. attacks against the bones have been so low compared to the entry platform. people get the idea that they are secure. mightmight be that they be a little less careful when they install applications. flaw.l me about the >> it is a vulnerability in the operating system that allows people to break out and gain permissions on your phone. apple tries to prevent your applications from doing certain things. when you actually cap keyser numbers, they are reading that raw data. this allows the hacker the ability to do that. it can record all the thumbprints on your scanner. how big a vulnerability would that be? 7 thing laste ios flaw,plus the os x off -- it sounds really bad. >> everyone runs on iphones. most people are not running any sort of application on their macs. t
Bloomberg
Feb 27, 2014 1:00pm EST
charging the normal rate, 30%h at least in boston is below what taxes are. during 10% of the time, they are charging server -- search prices. uber needs to come out and say, we have got a great service. you use it and i certainly do. it is a great service. most of the time, it will be very cheap. sometimes, it is part of our business model where we will raised rices. if you cannot during that time, we understand that and you -- we hope you forgive us. come back when prices are low. that is a reasonable pricing strategy. >> i use uber. one of the things you suggest i found interesting is you think uber should consider raising prices during off-peak time, like raising the cheapest price. tell me more. >> the question is certainly, here in boston, the problem is in the current system during cream skin.you get a lot of drivers sitting on the sideline and the minute it looks go, you will get these drivers to come in and that opportunistic -- uber really needs to focus on making drivers 90% of the time are driving at the regular price, it is a possible endeavor for them. i could be rais
Bloomberg
Mar 6, 2014 1:00pm EST
? let's say this was a large collection of health care data. a large collection of tax data. it's also in databases that could be impacted in late. you are better off in a democracy having a system which allows whistleblower behavior that does not ultimately cause to beta permanently revoked. once it has been made available to everyone, you can. people could actually be harmed. >> more common next. ♪ >> welcome back. more of my interview with google executive chairman eric schmidt and jared cohen. schmidt, of all the things google is working on, what is the most important thing? take a listen. >> i think the biggest thing that will change is the development of more generalized artificial intelligence. because of the amount of competition that we can now assemble -- millions of computers to work on your behalf -- we can begin to transition from you asking questions to making suggestions that are quite relevant to you. the ability to do generalized knowledge means that we can not only discover facts by looking at them up, but figure out the things that you care about. we talk abou
Bloomberg
Mar 1, 2014 3:00pm EST
. here is what zuckerberg had to say about the price tax. >> it is worth more than $19 billion. it is hard to make that case today because they have so little revenue compared to that number. the reality is there are very few services the region $1 billion and they are more valuable than that. i could be wrong. the recent chance it could be the one service that could get to $1 billion. i do not think i am. >> zuckerberg talked about internet.org to get billions of people to the internet saying there are benefits to providing free access. here is what he had to say about the profitability of the project. >> break even and have a bit of work to do. we are very early. that is what a lot of these partnerships are. we work with folks and it is not tuned and you will spend more than what you are making up front. what we have seen, we are highly confident will go to a point where it is profitable. >> for more now, cory johnson and i spoke to paul kedrosky as well as former ceo executive ali rosenthal. i asked her if it was worth more than $19 billion. >> it does get at one million users a da
Bloomberg
Feb 28, 2014 1:00pm EST
that. >> you made your campaign sample and said it is about jobs and education. you talk about tax incentives and regulations. what kind of tax incentives would you pursue and how much would they cost? >> there is a contest among all 50 states to compete to bring jobs to their states. we are not competing. we are asleep. governor brown is not traveling to other states to bring factories here. elon musk just two days ago announced his new gigafactory - >> up $5 billion battery factory not to be built in california. >> not even considering california. i don't fault him for making a wise business decision but went to improve california's economic climate so we are in the hunt. if you look outside these windows, we have some natural advantages in california. i like to joke that nobody wants to move to texas. people of california. we don't need to be the cheapest place in the world but we need to be competitive and were not. >> apple is building a factory in arizona, samsung in texas -- how would you get them to choose california instead? >> first of all, the regulatory litigation compl
Bloomberg
Mar 5, 2014 11:00pm EST
spacex would save the federal government $1 billion in tax savings for taxpayers every year, and he did that while sitting next to a competitor and said the current state of the market is unsustainable. >> the air force and other agencies are paying too high a price for lunch. the impact was protectable. space launch innovation stagnated, compared to competition. prices elevated to levels that general shelton have called unsustainable. >> at issue is the evolved expendable launch vehicle program, a $70 billion program that is the federal government's answer for reducing the cost of military satellite launches. right now that is dominated by united launch alliance because spacex, although it's trying to get a spot in the certification program, does not have the approval to do so. u.l.a. has for years held the monopoly. it's a joint venture between defense giants, lockheed martin and boeing. today the ceo says that he does not think that breaking up that monopoly in the name of competition will really have that big of a payoff. take a listen. >> they are important questions about how comp
Bloomberg
Feb 28, 2014 11:00pm EST
campaign is about jobs and education. it talked about tax incentives in regulation. what kind of tax incentives would you pursue? how much would that cost? >> there is a contest to compete to bring jobs to their states. we are not competing. we are asleep. governor brown is not traveling insane bring your factory here. elon musk just yesterday announced his new battery factory. not looking to build in california. i do not fault elon musk for making a wild business decision. we need to improve california's economic climate so we are in the hunt. if you look up these windows, we have some natural advantages in california. nobody wants to move to texas. people love california. we do not need to be the cheapest place in the world but we need to be competitive and we are not. >> apple is building in arizona, apple in texas. how would you get them to do california instead. >> the regulatory litigation complex in sacramento is out of control. hundreds of regulations every year. it is like a giant ball of yarn because bigger and bigger. we need to reign that and. when legislators want to bui
Bloomberg
Mar 6, 2014 6:00pm EST
. let's say it was large collections of health or data, large collections of tax data. thatdata is in databases could theoretically be attacked or leaked. you're better off and democracy have any situation -- a system, which allows for such whistleblower behavior. the problem is, once the information is made available to everyone, you cannot take it back. people could actually be harmed. >> interesting stuff. eric schmidt talks about the future of artificial intelligence, just as interesting. the android strategy at google, coming up in a little bit. you can watch a streaming on your tablet, and at bloomberg.com. ♪ >> i am cory johnson. this is "bloomberg west." emily chang -- emily chang spoke with eric schmidt and jared cohen at a conference called oasis down in santa monica. they talked about robots, artificial intelligence, and which of those things was the most important thing google was working on. she asked eric schmidt. listen to what he said. thinghink the biggest that is going to change is the development of more generalized artificial intelligence. because of the amount o
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